Tired of being that anxious and stressed parent? Feel like you’re always playing catch-up or running blind? It’s true that kids don’t come with a manual, and parents don’t get grades to affirm they’re doing things right. Hear from Sha-en on how to apply research-based practical tips that are flexible, bottom-up, and lay the right foundations for your child to start being a stakeholder in their own upbringing.
- How to partner with your child’s educators in identifying their X-factor to equip them for the world, not just their examinations
- From spoon-fed to stakeholder: Enlist your child in their own upbringing through accountability, not top-down control
- Fail fast, adapt quickly: Why daily, bite-sized feedback from your child speaks louder than any self-help book
- Show, not tell: How to create a positive environment that allows your child to thrive, not just survive
BONUS: LIGHT BITES PROVIDED
Sha-En is the first Singaporean graduate of the Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program at the University of Pennsylvania. Sha-En has been featured on the national TV documentary, MyPaper, and on national radio 938LIVE. Sha-En has more than 10 years experience in the education sector. As founder of Positive Education, she has championed the need for well being as a priority in schools, helped teachers reignite their purpose for teaching and empowered parents to reconnect deeply with their children. Sha-En’s first book, The Road to Success Vol. 2 co-authored with Jack Canfield reached the #1 Best-Seller Status in September 2016.